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BTEC HND in Quantity Surveying

A quantity surveyor (QS) is a professional working within the construction industry concerned with construction costs and contracts. Services provided by a quantity surveyor may include: Cost planning and commercial management throughout the entire life cycle of the project from inception to post-completion. In a nutshell, a quantity surveyor is an individual who works in the construction industry and is primarily concerned with all the costs related to civil engineering projects. A quantity surveyor will manage the project from its initial calculations to the final numbers.

You are suitable for this programme if you have any of the following qualifications

  • Age:18+
  • A/L with 3 passes (ideal) and Credit for O/L English

Duration :

18-24 months

Standard Fee :

260,000 + pearson fee + yearly renewal fee

year 1 – sem 1

  • Unit 11 Contractual Procedures and Procurement for CBE (QCF, L5, 15 credits)
  • Unit 03 Applied Mathematics for CBE (QCF, L4, 15 credits)
  • Unit 28 IT Applications for Construction (QCF, L4, 15 credits)
  • Unit 07 Construction and Maintenance of Buildings (QCF, L4, 15 credits)
  • year 1 – sem 2

    • Unit 18 Measurement Processes for Construction (QCF, L4, 15 credits)
    • Unit 16 Measuring, Tendering & Estimating for CBE (QCF, L4, 15 credits)
    • Unit 25 Design Technology for Construction (QCF, L5, 15 credits)
    • Unit 10 Building Services Design, Installation and Maintenance in Const (QCF, L4, 15 credits)
    • Unit 26 Properties and Performance of Construction Materials (QCF, L5, 15 credits)

    year 2 – sem 1

    • Unit 23 Advanced Measurement for Construction (QCF, L5, 15 credits)
    • Unit 14 Economics for CBE (QCF, L5, 15 credits)
    • Unit 04 Management Principles and Applications for CBE (QCF, L5, 15 credits)
    • Unit 09 Law and Contract for CBE (QCF, L4, 15 credits)
    • Unit 59 Employability Skills (QCF, L5, 15 credits)

    year 2 – sem 2

  • Unit 05 Group Project in the Construction Industry (QCF, L5, 20 credits)
  • Unit 31 Work-based Training and Development (QCF, L5, 15 credits)

Total Units:

16

Total Credits:

245

Experience:

None



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